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SECTION III. ENDOCRINE & REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY

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Thirst is stimulated by

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A. increases in plasma osmolality and volume.

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B. an increase in plasma osmolality and a decrease in plasma volume.

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C. a decrease in plasma osmolality and an increase in plasma volume.

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D. decreases in plasma osmolality and volume.

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E. injection of vasopressin into the hypothalamus.

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When an individual is naked in a room in which the air temperature is 21°C (69.8°F) and the humidity 80%, the greatest amount of heat is lost from the body by

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A. elevated metabolism.

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B. respiration.

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C. urination.

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D. vaporization of sweat.

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E. radiation and conduction.

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Activation of Gs

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A. V1A vasopressin receptors

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B. V2 vasopressin receptors

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C. Both (A and B)

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D. Neither (A) nor (B)

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Vasoconstriction

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A. V1A vasopressin receptors

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B. V2 vasopressin receptors

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C. Both (A and B)

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D. Neither (A) nor (B)

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Increase in intracellular inositol triphosphate

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A. V1A vasopressin receptors

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B. V2 vasopressin receptors

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C. Both (A and B)

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D. Neither (A) nor (B)

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Movement of aquaporin

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A. V1A vasopressin receptors

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B. V2 vasopressin receptors

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C. Both (A and B)

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D. Neither (A) nor (B)

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Proteinuria

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A. V1A vasopressin receptors

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B. V2 vasopressin receptors

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C. Both (A and B)

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D. Neither (A) nor (B)

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Milk ejection

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